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Sugarcane Proves to Bolster Biodiesel Production

As we move further away from fossil fuel consumption and other unsustainable sources of energy, we are discovering more efficient and cost effective methods of powering the world. In no other facet of the alternative energy industry is this more prevalent than in...

Time of Reckoning

As solar energy faces increasing competition and decreasing subsidization in the United States, John Kaweske predicts the possible aftermath. Residential solar energy’s development has reached a crossroads in the United States. To date, much of its advancement has...

Japan Eyes Hydrogen Future

In search of its energy independence and environmental credibility, Japan, the sixth largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, has surprised everyone with a new vision to create a “hydrogen society”, a dream that leaves some experts skeptical. The...

Winds Favor Renewable Energy Sources

The International Energy Agency, “IEA” a 29-country member organization, founded in 1974 to assist countries in the development of strategies to avoid oil shortfalls, is optimistic about prospects for renewable energy. In a report released on October 2, 2015, the IEA...

An Energy Primer

Recent fluctuations in global oil prices prompted by slower than forecasted economic growth raises new questions for the world’s single largest energy source. Oil prices fluctuate with free market conditions of supply and demand. However, in an effort to reduce...